The best Surface Pro 4 deal so far came online today, with as much as $300 off a Surface Pro 4 bundle that includes both the SP4 tablet together with a free Surface Dock:
There is also a separate Surface Pro 4 sale with $100 off the tablet in February, but the $300 Surface Pro 4 deal with free Surface Dock is only valid today.
The Surface Pro 4 sale is valid on all models of the Surface Pro 4, from the Intel Core m3 processor model, to the Intel Core i5 and Intel Core i7 processor models.
Surface Dock has 2 Mini DisplayPorts, 1 Gigabit Ethernet port, 4x USB 3.0 ports, 1 audio out port, and comes with a Surface Connect cable and a power supply. This makes it even easier to connect a mouse, keyboard, additional monitors, and other peripherals.
Surface Pro 4 is an 12.3-inch Windows 10 Pro tablet that offers customization options we’ve never seen on a tablet before. The screen has grown from 12 inches to 12.3 inches and now has a PixelSense display with resolution of 2763 x 1824, giving it a ppi of 267 while keeping the 3:2 aspect ratio.
The processor choices are now the latest 6th gen. Intel Core M3, Intel Core i5, or Intel Core i7 which runs cooler than before and offers 30% more CPU performance than on the Surface Pro 3.
RAM and storage can be configured according to the processor, with the option of 4GB, 8GB or 16GB RAM now, with storage ranging from 128GB, to 256GB, or 512GB, all the way up to 1TB of storage.
Surface Pro 4 has full range dual-band 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, and a full size USB 3.0 port. The rear camera have also been upgraded to a 8MP camera, while the front camera has a 5MP resolution. The front stereo speakers have Dolby Audio technology.
It is thinner now too at 8.45 mm, and lighter even though the display is 0.3 inches larger, with a new weight of 766 grams. Battery life is 9 hours long.
The included Surface Pen has been redesigned and both looks more like a pencil now, and it has 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity and a new magnetic attachment to the Surface Pro 4. It’s a convenient solution that makes it easier to always have the pen available, like it was a clipboard – a principle the Surface team had in mind when designing the new Surface Pro 4.
– Tom Bowen